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A Job Safety Analysis
  • Identifies hazards associated with each step of any job or task that has the potential to cause serious injury
  • Determines how to control the hazards
  • Produces a written tool that can be used to train other staff
  • Meets OSHA training requirements by developing procedures and work rules that are specific for each job or task
Chemical Handling

The course content will include.

  • Legislation, duties of employees under 2005 Act;
  • Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Chemical Agents)Regulations 2001
  • Routes of entry and risks to health; (identification of participants' most significant routes of entry)
  • Types of Hazardous Substances - General
  • Substances in use at participants' workplaces (production; lab; stores etc)
  • Requirements for Labels and Signs
  • Material Safety Data Sheets
  • Hazardous material storage
  • Exposure Control
  • Risk assessment of handling activities at participants' workplaces and identification of the most hazardous.
Risk Assessment

How to assess the risks in your work place

  • Identify the hazards
  • Decide who might be harmed and how
  • Evaluate the risks and decide on precautions
  • Record your significant findings
  • Review your assessment and update if necessary
Behaviour Base Safety
  • Identify behaviour work hazards and analyse why they do it.
  • Implement change in behaviour to reduce the hazards even in the absence of Supervision.
Process Safety
  • Basis concept of process safety Management.
  • Principles of Process Safety Management.
Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA or HEMP)
  • How and why HIRA is one of the critical tools to achieve Process Safety excellence.
  • Effective application of HIRA- 4 steps.
  • Importance of HIRA performance throughout life cycles of the facility i.e. its inception to decommissioning.
  • Different topics cover under HIRA
Scaffolding and working at Height
  • Basic requirements or standards to carry out activities at height.
  • Hazards and risk involved.
  • Why training, risk assessment and experience is important.
Process Isolation
  • Basic objective to understand the concept of Process Isolation and its procedure.
  • To know various standards involved.
  • To identify role and responsibility while executing the job.
  • Recognise the hazards to mitigate them.
  • Expected learning outcome of underpinning knowledge, awareness and better monitoring process isolation.
Awareness of Confined space Activities

What is confined space?

Is working in confined space is hazardous?

Basic requirements or preparation to work in confined space.

Hazards involved and control measures.